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Elgar: Enigma Variations: 11: G.R.S.

instrument11th variation dedicated to G.R.S: George Robertson Sinclair, organist of Hereford Cathedral. His bulldog fell in the river during a walk with Elgar.
Arrangement: Difficulty 9 out of 9

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Elgar: Enigma Variations: 12: B.G.N.

instrument12th variation dedicated to B.G.N. Basil G Nevinson, a celebrated cellist for whom Elgar later wrote his Cello Concerto.
Arrangement: Difficulty 7 out of 9

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Elgar: Land of Hope and Glory: Piano

instrumentLand of Hope and Glory, from Pomp and Circumstance: Op.39, No.1. Piano solo.
Arrangement: Difficulty 4 out of 9

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Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance: No.1

instrumentPomp and Circumstance: Op.39, No.1, the full version including Land of Hope and Glory.
Arrangement: Difficulty 7 out of 9

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Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance: No.4

instrumentPomp and Circumstance: Op.39, No.4
Arrangement: Difficulty 7 out of 9

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Fats Waller: African Ripples: Piano

instrumentAfrican Ripples, composed in 1934 using the main theme from his composition, Gladyse. The original tempo is Moderato, but original recordings by Fats Waller are played much faster.
Original: Difficulty 7 out of 9

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Fats Waller: African Ripples: Piano

instrumentAfrican Ripples, composed in 1934 using the main theme from his composition, Gladyse. This version is taken from an original recording by Fats Waller and contains fast 10th stretches in the LH.
Original: Difficulty 9 out of 9

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Fats Waller: African Ripples: Piano

instrumentAfrican Ripples, composed in 1934 using the main theme from his composition, Gladyse. This version is taken from an original recording by Fats Waller but avoids fast 10th stretches in the LH.
Original: Difficulty 8 out of 9

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Fats Waller: Alligator Crawl: Piano

instrumentAlligator Crawl, another upbeat Fats Waller original.
Original: Difficulty 7 out of 9

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Faure: Op.17, No.1: Romance Without Words: Piano

instrument1st Romance without words. A sensitive piece which should sound easier than it is.
Original: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Faure: Op.17, No.2: Romance Without Words: Piano

instrument2nd Romance without words, a passionate piece for Piano solo.
Original: Difficulty 8 out of 9

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Faure: Op.17, No.3: Romance Without Words: D ma

instrumentRomance without words is a beautiful piece. The difficulty is in making it sound very simple and flowing.Transposed into D major.
Original: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Faure: Op.17, No.3: Romance Without Words: Piano

instrument3rd Romance without words is a beautiful piece. The difficulty is in making it sound very simple and flowing.
Original: Difficulty 7 out of 9

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Faure: Op.33: Nocturne No.3 in Ab: Piano

instrumentNocturne in Ab, a romantic Concert piece, full of interesting triplet rhythms for pianists in control of their '2 against 3' skills
Original: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Faure: Op.50: Pavane: Piano solo

instrumentPavane. The simple but beautiful melody as a piano solo.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Faure: Op.50: Pavane: Piano solo: A minor

instrumentPavane. The simple but beautiful melody as a piano solo. A minor.
Arrangement: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Faure: Op.84, No.1: Capriccio

instrumentCapriccio, a pretty piece for piano solo.
Original: Difficulty 7 out of 9

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Field: Nocturne No.05

instrumentFifth Nocturne for Piano. A forerunner of Chopin, Field wrote the first delicate nocturnes. Andantino, in Bb.
Original: Difficulty 5 out of 9

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Foster: Beautiful Dreamer: Piano

instrumentBeautiful Dreamer, a well known ballad sung by Bing Crosby and Roy Orbison, amongst many others. For Piano solo.
Arrangement: Difficulty 6 out of 9

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Franck: 3 Early Pieces: No.1: Piano

instrumentNo.1, Allegretto, of Three Early Pieces for piano solo.
Original: Difficulty 3 out of 9

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